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An open source blogging platform which makes writing pleasurable and publishing simple.
An open source blogging platform which makes writing pleasurable and publishing simple.
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    1. Wesley Smits on

      @Hamish, their Twitter account is here: https://twitter.com/tryghost

    2. Hamish Macpherson on

      Do you guys have a Twitter account for Ghost yet?

    3. Sumit Kumar on

      a little over the top but i get the point. Good. :-)

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      iamkeir on

      Well played.

    5. Marc Köhlbrugge on

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    6. Trisha Cupra on

      Your update reminded me of the movie, Braveheart.

      "There's a difference between us. You think the people of this country exist to provide you with position. I think your position exists to provide those people with freedom. And I go to make sure that they have it."

    7. Jamie Whitehorn on

      Exactly - this is one of the reasons I've backed Ghost.

      One of my blogs is on Blogger - Google have shutdown three of their services that I used in the last couple of years (Groups, iGoogle & Reader). Fair enough, I wasn't paying for them, so I can't complain. But it does make me **very** nervous about relying on their services in the future.

      Ghost means freedom & simplicity - the data stays mine and I can host it where I want.
      And it'll look good, of course ;-)

    8. Onatcer on

      Because my App.net Invites from the last comment are all gone, here are 3 more:
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    9. Sébastien Saunier on

      Exactly! Thanks for writing that so clearly :)

    10. Gregor McKelvie on

      This is exactly why I put money towards Ghost

    11. Patrick Santana on

      *created. No edit here. sorry.

    12. Patrick Santana on

      Well said John. We also create OpenPhoto (now trovebox) having the same concerns in mind: http://theopenphotoproject.org